Question about Canon CanoScan 3200F Flatbed Scanner
Lock the carriage first! Remove the two medium-sized Phillips screws under the hinge and the small one over the small plastic cover plate. Remove that cover plate. Slide the top tray (glass and cover) off the frame by pulling laterally in the direction of the hinge. It will snap out if you work on it. Clean the glass. Slide tray back in and seat it securely. Put the large screws in to hold the carriage. You won't be able to screw them in if the cover isn't seated right. Now make sure the 5-conductor ribbon cable that is under the small plastic cover plate gets stuck back in the socket. You just push it into the tiny black socket. I think that tells the scanner what's going on with the cover. Then reinstall the cover plate. Now you should be good to go! Don't forget to unlock the carriage.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP Scanjet 3400 C
Unfortunately, The 3400 series cannot be cleaned on the underside of the glass. Scanners with the capability of having the under side of the glass cleaned are listed below.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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